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We are a small, rural, village primary school in the heart of England. With only three classes, we are able to create a very warm and happy environment for everyone who learns, works and plays here. The class teachers are supported by learning support assistants.
Our facilities are wide ranging. Every term we run a variety of clubs after school hours such as Forest School, FunStar Act, Art Club and Sport Club.
We are blessed with extensive school grounds, including a large playground, ActivAll boards, a trim trail, large playing field and a pond area. These grounds are used regularly as the school has an outdoor learning focus. Our curriculum is exciting and engaging, with topics being enhanced by external trips and visitors to school. From Year 5, children learn to play a musical instrument, receiving tuition from a specialist teacher who visits from Leicestershire Music once a week. A modern foreign language is taught to children in Key Stage 2 and children in Years 5 and 6 swim at Hinckley Leisure Centre.
As a Church of England primary school, we have extensive links with St. Peter's Church, visiting often and welcoming clergy into school. At St. Peters, we hold Harvest, Christingle, Easter and Y6 Leavers services over the year.
We welcome visits to our school. Please contact Miss Downes in our school office.
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We are a Church of England School and are closely associated with the parish church. We have a daily act of worship. Religious Education is taught by all class teachers following Leicestershire guidelines. Children learn about Christian religion in a non-denominational framework and are taught about events, stories and practices of other world religions. Under the Education Reform Act you have the right to withdraw your child from Religious Education or Assemblies.
The Christian ethos of our school and teaching ensures our children are confident and happy learners who are ready for life in modern Britain.
Higham on the Hill C of E Primary School encourages and promotes Christian Values. We actively live out our values during our school day and beyond and reflect on all of the values we uphold across the year.
The document below outlines the Christian Values as they are taught across the school and reflected on in collective worship and during learning and recreation times.
Rise is a family of schools. We work with and for each other.
We currently comprise of 17 Church of England primary schools and 2 community schools, but we would like to further extend our family to non-church schools.
Our schools each have their own vision and values. Many schools had these before they joined the Rise family. These all complement the work of Rise to enable pupils and staff to ‘flourish and succeed’.
We are proud that all our schools are now deemed to be ‘Good’ in the eyes of Ofsted. However, we want that milestone to be a marker on our journey, rather than the destination itself. We want Rise schools to be great schools.
Our family of schools are all different shapes and sizes, serving rich and varied communities and that is one of the many things we love about our Trust.Find out more about the Rise Multi-Academy Trust here.
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